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Old 09-14-2005, 05:13 PM   #16
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i like the xxxs better
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Old 09-14-2005, 05:17 PM   #17
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Thanks for the replys.

I will have the aluminum battery tray. As far as tires, I'm not sure. I am new to all this and I won't see carpet for another month or so. But from my experience on asphalt, I like rubber tires for both stock and 19T. I have raced foams, but I like them better on my nitro car. I went ahead and ordered the bumper from p-dub and will get the brackets from pooky. I will also have 6 degree hubs.

So how is belt wear in this car? should I order some spares? Right now I am getting ready to order a set of front\rear arms, 4 degree front spindles, read hubs, and a extra 128T spur.

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Old 09-14-2005, 05:43 PM   #18
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The car is hopped up

a one-way might be nice to have
battery tray
p-dub bumper is good

I like the way my one way is preforming though.

you can always do the ceremic bearing thing as well.

actually you should just check out JRXS.com

tons of information there
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Old 09-14-2005, 06:09 PM   #19
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Old 09-14-2005, 06:37 PM   #20
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Must have hop ups for the JRXS?

XRay Chasis
Xray Diff
Xray Rear Transmission
Xray Rear Suspension
Xray Front Transmission
Xray Front Suspension
Xray Steering Assembly
Xray Front Assembly
Xray Rear Assembly



I kid, I kid!

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PS. I was going to say XRays shocks but even XRay owners wouldn't wish those on anyone!
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Must have hop ups for the JRXS?

XRay Chasis
Xray Diff
Xray Rear Transmission
Xray Rear Suspension
Xray Front Transmission
Xray Front Suspension
Xray Steering Assembly
Xray Front Assembly
Xray Rear Assembly



I kid, I kid!

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PS. I was going to say XRays shocks but even XRay owners wouldn't wish those on anyone!
Xray shocks ?! that's the most evil that can ever be done on anyone !

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Old 09-14-2005, 07:52 PM   #23
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PS. I was going to say XRays shocks but even XRay owners wouldn't wish those on anyone!

And I used to think I was the only one that hated Xray shocks
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I love the xray shocks. Fully adjustable and easy to build.
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best part about Xray shocks .... HMMM lets see .. oh yeah .. How far they flew when i tossed them .. they had mad leakage problems .... but Ill stick with my LOSI shocks and my JRSX ....
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Old 09-14-2005, 08:30 PM   #26
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I got rear ended and both rear bodies were cracked open like eggs. And I had to rebuild them weekly to get any rebound out of those shocks.
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I am getting a JRX-S and would like to know what are the "must need"
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... PATIENCE ! ......in fact, a never ending supply ....1st for the car, then the Alu battery tray, ......now the new BK type arms.

....rant ! ....rant ! ....

....But seriously, It's a d*mn good car ....if you have patience !
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The JRX-S is a great car! You don't need to go out and pick up a Tamiya clone like most others have made(except for A/E), the Losi car is really good with the Numan set up on it!

It's seems far more important to have the skillz and the batteries and your set!!!....., Jim
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The JRX-S is a great car! You don't need to go out and pick up a Tamiya clone like most others have made(except for A/E), the Losi car is really good with the Numan set up on it!

It's seems far more important to have the skillz and the batteries and your set!!!....., Jim
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